Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Jan 08, 2021 in Local
PHOENIX, AZ - A man was nearly killed when a two-pound piece of scrap metal came crashing through his windshield while he was driving on Loop 101 Wednesday, according to CBS 5.
Realtor Jose Barboza was traveling eastbound on Loop 101 near Scottsdale to meet a client when a piece of metal was kicked up from the roadway into his windshield. Luckily, he was able to dodge out of its path just in time.
Unfortunately, he was unable to dodge the debris entirely, and suffered a significant laceration to his ear. He refused transport to the hospital to avoid a potential COVID-19 infection.
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